• 2015 01 07 TOKYO EYE Tokyo Wholesaler Guide

    published: 24 Jan 2015
  • Stationary Tokyo wholesale price Shimojima

    Shimojima is the stationary whole-seller Japan. Close to Asakusa.

    published: 06 Mar 2015
  • Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan

    Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan. http://www.asiafashionclothing.com/wholesale/tokyos-apparel-town-japanese-wholesale-market/. Tokyo's Apparel Town - Japanese Wholesale Market. Tokyo's Apparel Town - Japan Fashion Districts. Find also Japanese Online Wholesale Clothes and B2B Fashion Shopping Sites and Marketplaces.

    published: 26 Sep 2014
  • 12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場内)

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3uwAzg8m7LY&feature=youtu.be https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=-7RT0cQzacc Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. A mixture of wholesale and retail shops along with numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here. Originally Tsukiji Market used to be the wholesale market for the professionals. That is why items sold there were generally too big for a small family to buy. However, some of the wholesale shops in the market have started retailing high-end merchandises for ordinary customers. For example, ready-to-eat omelets for sushi are now sold in smaller sizes. Even a bite-sized egg roll can be had for those who just want to try it. Tsukiji Market...

    published: 31 Dec 2016
  • [foodhunger]Tsukiji Fish Market Bluefin Tuna Auction Tokyo Japan

    [foodhunger]Tsukiji Fish Market Bluefin Tuna Auction Tokyo Japan Hungry yet? Subrcribe to see more!!The Tsukiji Market (築地市場 Tsukiji shijō), supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market (東京都中央卸売市場 Tōkyō-to Chūō Oroshiuri Shijō) of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, between the Sumida River and the upmarket Ginza shopping district. While the inner wholesale market has restricted access to visitors, the outer retail market, restaurants and associated restaurant supply stores remain a major tourist attraction for both domestic and overseas visitors. The market handles more ...

    published: 12 Feb 2017
  • Tokyo Wholesale market area

    Must see market of Tokyo. This is where the locals shop.

    published: 26 Jan 2008
  • 12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場外)

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=-7RT0cQzacc https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=PQ0h36B0R3g Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. A mixture of wholesale and retail shops along with numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here. Originally Tsukiji Market used to be the wholesale market for the professionals. That is why items sold there were generally too big for a small family to buy. However, some of the wholesale shops in the market have started retailing high-end merchandises for ordinary customers. For example, ready-to-eat omelets for sushi are now sold in smaller sizes. Even a bite-sized egg roll can be had for those who just want to try it. Tsukiji Market...

    published: 31 Dec 2016
  • 12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場外)

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3uwAzg8m7LY&feature=youtu.be https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=PQ0h36B0R3g Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. A mixture of wholesale and retail shops along with numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here. Originally Tsukiji Market used to be the wholesale market for the professionals. That is why items sold there were generally too big for a small family to buy. However, some of the wholesale shops in the market have started retailing high-end merchandises for ordinary customers. For example, ready-to-eat omelets for sushi are now sold in smaller sizes. Even a bite-sized egg roll can be had for those who just want to try it. Tsukiji Market...

    published: 31 Dec 2016
  • japan 100 Wagyu Gunma Meat Wholesale Market

    this is how the process of wagyu meat in japan

    published: 04 Mar 2015
  • Tsukiji Fish Market Tokyo Japan Visual Tour by HourPhilippines.com

    Tsukiji Fish Market Tokyo Japan Visual Tour. The Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, commonly known as the Tsukiji Market, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, and is a major attraction for foreign visitors as there are also 24 hour sushi and sashimi restaurants. The market handles more than 400 different types of seafood from cheap seaweed to the most expensive caviar, and from tiny sardines to 300 kg tuna and controversial whale species.[3] Overall, more than 700,000 metric tons of seafood are handled every year at the three seafood markets in Tokyo, with a total value in excess of 600 billion yen (approximately 7-8 billion US dollars). Th...

    published: 24 Jul 2013
  • 8 Surprisingly Cheap things in Japan

    These are what we've found cheap in Japan~ One-time donation (to support the creation of videos): http://howibecametexan.com/donate/ Monthly support via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TexaninTokyo Buy my comic books: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TexaninTokyo My comics (on Amazon): http://goo.gl/5SzZCr My comics (on my blog): http://howibecametexan.com/latest_blog_posts/ 漫画/Manga (日本語/Japanese/ver): http://gaijinwifegaijinlife.hatenablog.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ My blog: http://howibecametexan.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TexaninTokyo Twitter: https://twitter.com/texan_in_tokyo

    published: 15 Feb 2016
  • Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo

    Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo was voted the top 25 hotels in Tokyo by Trip Advisor! There are various types of studio apartments at Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo, each has a comfortable living area and fully-equipped kitchen. The location of the apart'hotel is great! Just minutes walk away is the Shinjuku East area, considered by many as the epicenter of the city. The Shinjuku shopping area features major department stores as well as massive camera and computer stores all bunched up with eateries both big and small. Another place that is a must-see in Tokyo is the famous Tsukiji fish market. Located in central cosmopolitan city of Tokyo, Tsukiji is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind! In the wee hours of the mor...

    published: 07 Jul 2011
  • TOKYO VLOG: Tsukiji Fish Market & Sakura Blossoming

    Taking you guys along with us on our last day in Tokyo! We got to explore the Tsukiji Fish Market in the morning. They have the wholesale area which is still an operating fish market today! There's lots of buyers and sells, as well as lots of tourists all jammed into many narrow paths. We arrived as they were wrapping up, so definitely go super early morning if you want to see the full action! The outer parts of the market is filled with a lot of restaurants, small vendors for the public. Later in the afternoon, we headed over to Shinjuku National Garden for some sakura sightings. When we went, it was just blossoming, so only a couple trees had blossomed. Overall, I felt like this trip to Tokyo we got to see a lot more than we did last time. Staying at an Airbnb also gave us a tast...

    published: 19 May 2016
  • Maganda dress shop Tokyo wholesale

    090-8509-6638 Liz Fashion http://lizfashion.mods.jp/houmon/ Latest styles on USA celebrity fashion....Hot...Sexy... but elegant in taste... Stunning beyond chic... Sophisticated in timeless trends.... Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Toyama 1-3-4 090-8509-6638 アメリカから直輸入のドレスを 販売しています。 どこよりも低価格、高品質の ドレスを数多く揃えております お気軽にお電話して下さい。 東京都新宿区戸山1-3-4 090-3502-5304

    published: 13 Oct 2015
  • Tsukiji Fish Market (Tokyo Central Wholesale Market) in Tokyo.

    One day from my 4 nights in Tokyo at Tsukiji Market

    published: 19 Apr 2012
  • BEGIN Japanology - Tsukiji Market

    The Tsukiji Market (築地市場 Tsukiji shijō?), supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market (東京都中央卸売市場 Tōkyō-to Chūō Oroshiuri Shijō?) of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, between the Sumida River and the upmarket Ginza shopping district. While the inner wholesale market has restricted access to visitors, the outer retail market, restaurants and associated restaurant supply stores remain a major tourist attraction for both domestic and overseas visitors.

    published: 20 Jan 2016
2015 01 07 TOKYO EYE   Tokyo Wholesaler Guide

2015 01 07 TOKYO EYE Tokyo Wholesaler Guide

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https://wn.com/2015_01_07_Tokyo_Eye_Tokyo_Wholesaler_Guide
Stationary Tokyo wholesale price Shimojima

Stationary Tokyo wholesale price Shimojima

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Shimojima is the stationary whole-seller Japan. Close to Asakusa.
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Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan

Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan

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Tokyo Fashion Wholesale Markets Japan. http://www.asiafashionclothing.com/wholesale/tokyos-apparel-town-japanese-wholesale-market/. Tokyo's Apparel Town - Japanese Wholesale Market. Tokyo's Apparel Town - Japan Fashion Districts. Find also Japanese Online Wholesale Clothes and B2B Fashion Shopping Sites and Marketplaces.
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12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場内)

12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場内)

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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3uwAzg8m7LY&feature=youtu.be https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=-7RT0cQzacc Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. A mixture of wholesale and retail shops along with numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here. Originally Tsukiji Market used to be the wholesale market for the professionals. That is why items sold there were generally too big for a small family to buy. However, some of the wholesale shops in the market have started retailing high-end merchandises for ordinary customers. For example, ready-to-eat omelets for sushi are now sold in smaller sizes. Even a bite-sized egg roll can be had for those who just want to try it. Tsukiji Market, primarily catering to the professionals, has recently opened its doors to ordinary customers and visitors. The following is how the market has become well known and shaped into what it looks now. History of Tsukiji: 1 Reclaimed Land In 1657, Edo (Old Tokyo) was devastated by the Great Fire of Meireki and the Tokugawa shogunate decided to fill in the coastal area of Edo. Using advanced civil engineering, the land was reclaimed from the Tokyo Bay and named Tsuki-ji (築・地), which literally means "constructed land". The place used to be quiet with only shrines and homes for Samurai families. "Namiyoke Inari Jinja (Shrine)" happens to be at the back corner of Tsukiji Market. Its name "Namiyoke" literally means "protection from waves," and it has served as a guardian for Tsukiji Market. 2 The Birth of the Fish Market Then in 1923, the Great Kanto Earthquake destroyed much of central Tokyo, including the Nihonbashi Fish Market. The fish market was then relocated to the Tsukiji district and began its operations in 1935, making Tsukiji a prosperous and bustling town. Some of the buildings in Tsukiji are more than 80 years old. The owners use the first floor for their shops and usually live on the upper floors. The intricate streets are like a maze, so don't get lost. 3 Tsukiji and its Future As Japan enjoyed a major economic growth in the 1980s, people all over the world became interested in the Japanese cuisine. Tsukiji Market has been attracting visitors from all around the globe. The Tokyo Central Wholesale Market, originally placed in Tsukiji under the Tokyo Municipal Government, will move to other area in Tokyo. Whatever happens to the circumstance about Tsukiji Market, it is and it will be the best marketplace for customers to buy fresh seafood, vegetables, and Japanese traditional food materials.
https://wn.com/12_31_16_.._Tsukiji_Wholesale_Market_New_Year's_Eve,_Tokyo_Japan_(平成28年_大晦日_東京_築地_卸売市場_場内)
[foodhunger]Tsukiji Fish Market Bluefin Tuna Auction Tokyo Japan

[foodhunger]Tsukiji Fish Market Bluefin Tuna Auction Tokyo Japan

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[foodhunger]Tsukiji Fish Market Bluefin Tuna Auction Tokyo Japan Hungry yet? Subrcribe to see more!!The Tsukiji Market (築地市場 Tsukiji shijō), supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market (東京都中央卸売市場 Tōkyō-to Chūō Oroshiuri Shijō) of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, between the Sumida River and the upmarket Ginza shopping district. While the inner wholesale market has restricted access to visitors, the outer retail market, restaurants and associated restaurant supply stores remain a major tourist attraction for both domestic and overseas visitors. The market handles more than 400 different types of seafood from cheap seaweed to the most expensive caviar, and from tiny sardines to 300 kg tuna and controversial whale species. Overall, more than 700,000 metric tons of seafood are handled every year at the three seafood markets in Tokyo, with a total value in excess of 600 billion yen (approximately 5.9 billion US dollars on November 24, 2013). The number of registered employees as of 25 January 2010 varies from 60,000 to 65,000, including wholesalers, accountants, auctioneers, company officials, and distributors. The market opens most mornings (except Sundays, holidays and some Wednesdays) at 3:00 a.m. with the arrival of the products by ship, truck and plane from all over the world. Particularly impressive is the unloading of tons of frozen tuna. The auction houses (wholesalers known in Japanese as oroshi gyōsha) then estimate the value and prepare the incoming products for the auctions. The buyers (licensed to participate in the auctions) also inspect the fish to estimate which fish they would like to bid for and at which price. The auctions start around 5:20 a.m. Bidding can only be done by licensed participants. These bidders include intermediate wholesalers (nakaoroshi gyōsha) who operate stalls in the marketplace and other licensed buyers who are agents for restaurants, food processing companies, and large retailers. The auctions usually end around 10:00 a.m. Afterward, the purchased fish is either loaded onto trucks to be shipped to the next destination or on small carts and moved to the many shops inside the market. There the shop owners cut and prepare the products for retail. In case of large fish, for example tuna and swordfish, cutting and preparation is elaborate. Frozen tuna and swordfish are often cut with large band saws, and fresh tuna is carved with extremely long knives. The Tsukiji fish market occupies valuable real estate close to the center of the city. Former Tokyo Governor Shintaro Ishihara repeatedly called for moving the market to Toyosu, Koto. The long-anticipated move to the new market will take place in November 2016, in preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics.
https://wn.com/Foodhunger_Tsukiji_Fish_Market_Bluefin_Tuna_Auction_Tokyo_Japan
Tokyo Wholesale market area

Tokyo Wholesale market area

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Must see market of Tokyo. This is where the locals shop.
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12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場外)

12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場外)

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  • Updated: 31 Dec 2016
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=-7RT0cQzacc https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=PQ0h36B0R3g Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. A mixture of wholesale and retail shops along with numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here. Originally Tsukiji Market used to be the wholesale market for the professionals. That is why items sold there were generally too big for a small family to buy. However, some of the wholesale shops in the market have started retailing high-end merchandises for ordinary customers. For example, ready-to-eat omelets for sushi are now sold in smaller sizes. Even a bite-sized egg roll can be had for those who just want to try it. Tsukiji Market, primarily catering to the professionals, has recently opened its doors to ordinary customers and visitors. The following is how the market has become well known and shaped into what it looks now. History of Tsukiji: 1 Reclaimed Land In 1657, Edo (Old Tokyo) was devastated by the Great Fire of Meireki and the Tokugawa shogunate decided to fill in the coastal area of Edo. Using advanced civil engineering, the land was reclaimed from the Tokyo Bay and named Tsuki-ji (築・地), which literally means "constructed land". The place used to be quiet with only shrines and homes for Samurai families. "Namiyoke Inari Jinja (Shrine)" happens to be at the back corner of Tsukiji Market. Its name "Namiyoke" literally means "protection from waves," and it has served as a guardian for Tsukiji Market. 2 The Birth of the Fish Market Then in 1923, the Great Kanto Earthquake destroyed much of central Tokyo, including the Nihonbashi Fish Market. The fish market was then relocated to the Tsukiji district and began its operations in 1935, making Tsukiji a prosperous and bustling town. Some of the buildings in Tsukiji are more than 80 years old. The owners use the first floor for their shops and usually live on the upper floors. The intricate streets are like a maze, so don't get lost. 3 Tsukiji and its Future As Japan enjoyed a major economic growth in the 1980s, people all over the world became interested in the Japanese cuisine. Tsukiji Market has been attracting visitors from all around the globe. The Tokyo Central Wholesale Market, originally placed in Tsukiji under the Tokyo Municipal Government, will move to other area in Tokyo. Whatever happens to the circumstance about Tsukiji Market, it is and it will be the best marketplace for customers to buy fresh seafood, vegetables, and Japanese traditional food materials.
https://wn.com/12_31_16_.._Tsukiji_Wholesale_Market_New_Year's_Eve,_Tokyo_Japan_(平成28年_大晦日_東京_築地_卸売市場_場外)
12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場外)

12 31 16 .. Tsukiji Wholesale Market @ New Year's Eve, Tokyo Japan (平成28年 大晦日 東京 築地 卸売市場 場外)

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  • Updated: 31 Dec 2016
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=3uwAzg8m7LY&feature=youtu.be https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=PQ0h36B0R3g Tsukiji Market is Japan's "Food Town," where one can encounter all kinds of Japanese traditional foods. A mixture of wholesale and retail shops along with numerous restaurants line the streets and new culinary trends are born here. Originally Tsukiji Market used to be the wholesale market for the professionals. That is why items sold there were generally too big for a small family to buy. However, some of the wholesale shops in the market have started retailing high-end merchandises for ordinary customers. For example, ready-to-eat omelets for sushi are now sold in smaller sizes. Even a bite-sized egg roll can be had for those who just want to try it. Tsukiji Market, primarily catering to the professionals, has recently opened its doors to ordinary customers and visitors. The following is how the market has become well known and shaped into what it looks now. History of Tsukiji: 1 Reclaimed Land In 1657, Edo (Old Tokyo) was devastated by the Great Fire of Meireki and the Tokugawa shogunate decided to fill in the coastal area of Edo. Using advanced civil engineering, the land was reclaimed from the Tokyo Bay and named Tsuki-ji (築・地), which literally means "constructed land". The place used to be quiet with only shrines and homes for Samurai families. "Namiyoke Inari Jinja (Shrine)" happens to be at the back corner of Tsukiji Market. Its name "Namiyoke" literally means "protection from waves," and it has served as a guardian for Tsukiji Market. 2 The Birth of the Fish Market Then in 1923, the Great Kanto Earthquake destroyed much of central Tokyo, including the Nihonbashi Fish Market. The fish market was then relocated to the Tsukiji district and began its operations in 1935, making Tsukiji a prosperous and bustling town. Some of the buildings in Tsukiji are more than 80 years old. The owners use the first floor for their shops and usually live on the upper floors. The intricate streets are like a maze, so don't get lost. 3 Tsukiji and its Future As Japan enjoyed a major economic growth in the 1980s, people all over the world became interested in the Japanese cuisine. Tsukiji Market has been attracting visitors from all around the globe. The Tokyo Central Wholesale Market, originally placed in Tsukiji under the Tokyo Municipal Government, will move to other area in Tokyo. Whatever happens to the circumstance about Tsukiji Market, it is and it will be the best marketplace for customers to buy fresh seafood, vegetables, and Japanese traditional food materials.
https://wn.com/12_31_16_.._Tsukiji_Wholesale_Market_New_Year's_Eve,_Tokyo_Japan_(平成28年_大晦日_東京_築地_卸売市場_場外)
japan 100 Wagyu Gunma Meat Wholesale Market

japan 100 Wagyu Gunma Meat Wholesale Market

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this is how the process of wagyu meat in japan
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Tsukiji Fish Market Tokyo Japan Visual Tour by HourPhilippines.com

Tsukiji Fish Market Tokyo Japan Visual Tour by HourPhilippines.com

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Tsukiji Fish Market Tokyo Japan Visual Tour. The Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market, commonly known as the Tsukiji Market, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, and is a major attraction for foreign visitors as there are also 24 hour sushi and sashimi restaurants. The market handles more than 400 different types of seafood from cheap seaweed to the most expensive caviar, and from tiny sardines to 300 kg tuna and controversial whale species.[3] Overall, more than 700,000 metric tons of seafood are handled every year at the three seafood markets in Tokyo, with a total value in excess of 600 billion yen (approximately 7-8 billion US dollars). The number of registered employees as of 25 January 2010 varies from 60,000 to 65,000, including wholesalers, accountants, auctioneers, company officials, and distributors. Thank you for watching. For more awesome videos on Philippine Food | Travel | Lifestyle Please Subscribe to HourPhilippines TV! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=lordancheta For exclusive content check out our website: http://www.hourphilippines.com/ Life is way to short, make today the first day of the rest of your life! Cheers, Lord and Aksana
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8 Surprisingly Cheap things in Japan

8 Surprisingly Cheap things in Japan

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  • Updated: 15 Feb 2016
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These are what we've found cheap in Japan~ One-time donation (to support the creation of videos): http://howibecametexan.com/donate/ Monthly support via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/TexaninTokyo Buy my comic books: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TexaninTokyo My comics (on Amazon): http://goo.gl/5SzZCr My comics (on my blog): http://howibecametexan.com/latest_blog_posts/ 漫画/Manga (日本語/Japanese/ver): http://gaijinwifegaijinlife.hatenablog.com/ ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ My blog: http://howibecametexan.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TexaninTokyo Twitter: https://twitter.com/texan_in_tokyo
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Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo

Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo

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Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo was voted the top 25 hotels in Tokyo by Trip Advisor! There are various types of studio apartments at Citadines Shinjuku Tokyo, each has a comfortable living area and fully-equipped kitchen. The location of the apart'hotel is great! Just minutes walk away is the Shinjuku East area, considered by many as the epicenter of the city. The Shinjuku shopping area features major department stores as well as massive camera and computer stores all bunched up with eateries both big and small. Another place that is a must-see in Tokyo is the famous Tsukiji fish market. Located in central cosmopolitan city of Tokyo, Tsukiji is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind! In the wee hours of the morning, this is where it all kicks off as they auction for the very best fish and seafood. It's not really open to the public and cameras. But once it's done you can feel to come down and walk around the "outer market" (jogai shijo) which is a mixture of wholesale and retail shops that sell Japanese kitchen tools, porcelain ware, knives and seafood and of course, lots of restaurants. Just a couple of subway stops away from Citadines Shinjuku is Harajuku - the fashion capital of the world renowned for unique street fashion! In Tokyo it's rather safe to say that people have their own style. But here in Harajuku, I think it's fair to say it peaks. You will find people here dressed in clothes that have no business looking good and yet somehow they wind up looking better than I do. If you're really lucky, you'll come across people dressed in cosplay, means they're dressed in their favourite comic book character. And this entire trendy shopping strip is home to many luxury international brands as well as designers native to Harajuku. You can find up-scale fashion shops such as Louis Vuitton, Chanel and Prada, together with local names. Omotesando is a wide boulevard in Harajuku - dubbed the Champs-Élysées of Tokyo. Also famous here is the architecture along the Omotesandō street - one of the foremost 'architectural showcase' streets in the world.
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TOKYO VLOG: Tsukiji Fish Market & Sakura Blossoming

TOKYO VLOG: Tsukiji Fish Market & Sakura Blossoming

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Taking you guys along with us on our last day in Tokyo! We got to explore the Tsukiji Fish Market in the morning. They have the wholesale area which is still an operating fish market today! There's lots of buyers and sells, as well as lots of tourists all jammed into many narrow paths. We arrived as they were wrapping up, so definitely go super early morning if you want to see the full action! The outer parts of the market is filled with a lot of restaurants, small vendors for the public. Later in the afternoon, we headed over to Shinjuku National Garden for some sakura sightings. When we went, it was just blossoming, so only a couple trees had blossomed. Overall, I felt like this trip to Tokyo we got to see a lot more than we did last time. Staying at an Airbnb also gave us a taste of what it would be like to live here. Especially since I was working during the mornings and evenings too. Next time, I'd love to revisit the other regions of Japan! Follow me at: facebook.com/annluuu instagram.com/ann.luuu Music by ESTA: https://esta.bandcamp.com/ Camera: Canon G1X Mark II
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Maganda dress shop Tokyo wholesale

Maganda dress shop Tokyo wholesale

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Tsukiji Fish Market (Tokyo Central Wholesale Market) in Tokyo.

Tsukiji Fish Market (Tokyo Central Wholesale Market) in Tokyo.

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One day from my 4 nights in Tokyo at Tsukiji Market
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BEGIN Japanology - Tsukiji Market

BEGIN Japanology - Tsukiji Market

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The Tsukiji Market (築地市場 Tsukiji shijō?), supervised by the Tokyo Metropolitan Central Wholesale Market (東京都中央卸売市場 Tōkyō-to Chūō Oroshiuri Shijō?) of the Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, is the biggest wholesale fish and seafood market in the world and also one of the largest wholesale food markets of any kind. The market is located in Tsukiji in central Tokyo, between the Sumida River and the upmarket Ginza shopping district. While the inner wholesale market has restricted access to visitors, the outer retail market, restaurants and associated restaurant supply stores remain a major tourist attraction for both domestic and overseas visitors.
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